Friday Financial Tidbit-Gain Knowledge by Reading

Whatever subject you are interested in improving in, whether it is weight loss, parenting, marriage, faith, or personal finance, you always need to be continually learning in that subject. Even if you are an adult and well past your “school days” the way to continually learn and gain knowledge is not by spending more time watching the television or spending more time on Facebook or Twitter, but by reading and engaging your mind.

When was the last time you have sat down and read a good book? Whether it is a fiction book or non-fiction you need to spend time reading. The benefits are enormous for me. It gets my brain moving and stimulates new ideas for not only my financial coaching but also for my spiritual walk and family life.

By having more knowledge you will be more apt to make the necessary changes in your life and become wiser. I have a list of good books that I recommend on personal finance, business, and career on the recommended reading list. I would love to hear your thoughts on any books on the list that I am missing.

So what are you waiting for? Hop on, visit your nearest Barnes and Noble or check out your local library, dive into a good book and see what will happen.

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About Jon White

Giving people hope and seeing them win with their finances is something I have a strong passion for. Because of this passion I started JW’s Financial Coaching in the summer of 2010. Financial coaching has allowed me to combine my passions of finances, teaching, and helping others by helping people get on the right track financially. I'm interested in hearing your story so please do not hesitate to interact with me through social media.
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